@RCAM: If Nebraska were to allow 375 yards a game, it would put it in the top 50 nationally. That might be enough. It's right on the edge, in my opinion.
@SiliconValleyHusker: That's very sound reasoning.
@HuskerNE: `The punting game has been OK -- about what you'd expect with a true freshman (Caleb Lightbourn) and redshirt freshman (Isaac Armstrong) competing for the job. Looks like Lightbourn has the inside track to be starter.
@EricGray: I think the coaching has to improve.
@JC79: As I stated below, I think Gerry's reservations/skepticism regarding Nebraska is largely tied to Armstrong and whether he can become a good fit in Riley's pro-style system.
@EricGray: A lot of recruiting reporters on the air waves. They sell hope. They're paid to sell hope.
@PTHUSKER: If I were Langsdorf, I would have been very frustrated by Tommy's interceptions Saturday. As is usually the case, though, he came back strong and had a good overall scrimmage. It's a conundrum.
@EricGray: Nebraska's talent level last season was befitting of a nine- or 10-win team. No question Nebraska underachieved to a large degree. That is what is frustrating to astute fans. As for the second part of your comment, that is a rather bizarre line of thinking. But at least you're thinking.
@NewportRed: I'm in the camp that feels Fyfe could be a good Power-5 quarterback, even though the sample size to judge is limited. He played well Saturday -- completed 10 of his first 11 passes (unofficial), although there were quite a few checkdown throws.
@Alvin: Linebacker is the furthest along, with receiver being a close second. I still think the DEs have to be more productive, especially the pass-rush element.